Seagulls Unveil 2016 Clash Jumper

 

 

Today the Williamstown Football Club has unveiled the design for it's 2016 clash guernsey.

 

After an update to the rules by AFL Victoria, it is now compulsory for all VFL clubs had to have a clash guernsey for 2016, with the above design being the club's submission.

 

In the past, the Seagulls have worn an 'away' version of their 150-year anniversary guernsey as a clash strip, with it appearing during the 2014 Foxtel Cup and also against Footscray in last year's home and away season.

 

With this being the club's 152nd year, the previous clash guernsey was out of date, hence the fresh, new design for the 2016 VFL season.

 

Let us know what you think!

 

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